Former Indian captain Virat Kohli tries to copy England’s Joe Roots ‘bat-standing’ stance while India vs Leicestershire practice match going on. But it seems the bat doesn’t want to follow Kohli’s order.
England’s Joe Root was hailed as a ‘Magician’ after a video clip on social media got viral, that shows that his bat is standing upright on the ground at the non-striker’s end while the bowler has started his run-up. Gary Linekar, a well-known former journalist was in wonder as well as the whole world how can a bat stand upright on the ground for such a long time. It happened during the Lord’s Test match between England and New Zealand. English former captain also showed the well-known magic of his bat as well and score a century in that inning helping England to take a 1-0 lead in the series.
Now India’s Virat Kohli tried to imitate Root’s ‘magic’ but got failed during the 1st day of India vs Leicestershire practice match. In a video clip, it has been seen that Kohli is trying to stand his bat upright on the ground twice or thrice but the bat didn’t follow his order. This video also didn’t waste any time to get viral and created a lot of excitement among the fan.
Indeed, Kohli isn’t able to copy Root’s magic stance with his bat, but if he can bring back his magic spells with his bat, India would be appearing in the ground to face England in the last test with more boost.